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Oct
24
Fri
2014
all-day Lapeer Spay/Neuter Transport – P... @ Paradise Animal Rescue
Lapeer Spay/Neuter Transport – P... @ Paradise Animal Rescue
Oct 24 all-day
Lapeer Spay/Neuter Transport - Paradise Animal Rescue Inc. @ Paradise Animal Rescue | Columbiaville | Michigan | United States
Need spay/neuter and don’t want to drive to Warren? Our Transport Van will carefully pick your pet up in the morning at Paradise Animal Rescue, fix your pet at our Warren surgery clinic and return[...]
Oct
26
Sun
2014
Fall Fest Open House and Supply ... @ All About Animals Rescue
Fall Fest Open House and Supply ... @ All About Animals Rescue
Oct 26 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Fall Fest Open House and Supply Drive in Warren! @ All About Animals Rescue | Warren | Michigan | United States
Pop on in with your favorite friend and enjoy donuts and cider while taking a tour of the 13,000 square foot clinic. All About Animals Rescue wants to say hi and get to meet you![...]
Oct
27
Mon
2014
all-day Clinton TWP/Mt. Clemens Spay/Neu... @ Macomb County Animal Shelter
Clinton TWP/Mt. Clemens Spay/Neu... @ Macomb County Animal Shelter
Oct 27 all-day
Clinton TWP/Mt. Clemens Spay/Neuter Transport @ Macomb County Animal Shelter | Charter Township of Clinton | Michigan | United States
Need spay/neuter and don’t want to drive to Warren? Our Transport Van will safely pick your pet up in the morning in front of Macomb County Animal Shelter, fix your pet at our Warren clinic[...]
Oct
28
Tue
2014
all-day Livingston County Spay/Neuter Tr... @ Humane Society of Livingston County
Livingston County Spay/Neuter Tr... @ Humane Society of Livingston County
Oct 28 all-day
Livingston County Spay/Neuter Transport @ Humane Society of Livingston County | Howell | Michigan | United States
Need spay/neuter and don’t want to drive to Warren? Our Transport Van will safely pick your pet up in the morning at the Humane Society of Livingston County, fix your pet at our Warren clinic[...]

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What happens once my pet is in the Mobile Unit?

Your pet receives a physical examination to assess health status

A sedative/tranquilizer injection (“shot”) is given so that the pet’s stress is minimized and also allows safer anesthesia.

A second shot is given to further relax them so we can place a tube into their windpipe (airway, trachea).

Special monitoring equipment is started to closely monitor the pet while they are on the gas anesthesia.

Gas anesthesia is now given which allows for complete relaxation, unconsciousness, and pain blockage.

The last shot is a long-acting injection is given for pain management at home. This lasts up to 36 hours!  Your pet shouldn’t require any additional pain meds (please contact us if you think your pet does need pain meds and we can assist – please note giving human pain medications can kill them)

Now that your pet is pain free and unconscious, we shave their belly and/or scrotal area.  This area is cleaned thoroughly to ensure a clean site for surgery.

Sterile drapes are place over the area to minimize germs. Sterile surgical instruments and blades are always used.  Heat sterilization is used to sterilize the instruments prior to surgery.

The surgery is performed by a licensed doctor of veterinary medicine.  For females, the entire uterus and ovaries are removed.  For males, the testicles are removed.  Dissolvable sutures are used internally, glue is used on the outside skin so there are no stitches to remove later on.

Green tattoo ink is applied into a small incision on every patient, as a visual, non-surgical indicator of already being spayed or neutered

Patients are carefully warmed and monitored during and after surgery.

This patient finished surgery 1 hour ago and is doing great!

Dog after surgery

 Click here for post op surgery instructions